|Barcelona Club Night|
This page will give you links to detailed pages on some of the most popular Barcelona Night Clubs. On each individual club review page you will find details of what the club is like,what sort of people go there, when its open, how to get there and what sort of music they play. The clubs are split into categories according to what part of Barcelona they are in. This will help you to find a club that is in a part of town that best suits you.
We will also provide you with a general overview to the club scene in the city, with tips and explanations on going out in Barcelona.
A night out in Barcelona
One thing you will soon learn about Barcelona is it's a city that doesn't sleep. The Spanish eat late, drink late and go out vey late. At the weekend don't be surprised if night clubs are pretty much empty until at least 01:00 - 02:00 in the morning, and they go on until about 06:00. Thank goodness for the siesta!
Barcelona's nightlife is much in keeping with the city itself, trendy, varied and sometimes spectacular. Even if you aren't really a clubber at heart it's worth going out to at least one night club just to see what's on offer, and remember there are more and more "lounge" clubs springing up if you like to take your drinks whilst reclining!
Most of the clubs do not have a set price. It varies according to night, and who is playing, many are free before a certain time (usually 01:00) plus if you walk around you are likely to be given a flyer that gets you in free all night. You can pick up flyers in shops, bars and some cafes have a rack of flyers. These usually either entitle you to a free drink, 2 for 1 drinks, or free entrance. In the case of some clubs the flyer people actually stand near the club itself but you can find them all over the city including down the Ramblas and in the Barri Gòtic area.
Clubs in El Born District
Magic Club is one of Barcelona's most famous and well-loved indie clubs. Expect sweaty dance floors and 80s hits.
Clubs in The Gothic Quarter (old town)
Macarena Club is a shoebox-sized techno club that sits a stones throw from the Ramblas. Quality soundstages.
Marula Cafe is an intimate club in Barcelona's city centre offering jazz, funk, soul, disco and Latin.
Sidecar Club is an eclectic club that sits in Plaza Reial - one of Barcelona's most famous squares.
Harlem Jazz Club brings jazz, funk and soul to its faithful followers nearly every night of the week.
Clubs in El Raval
Boulevard Club is a large and rambling club sitting right in the middle of the Ramblas.
Moog Club is an atmospheric techno club that sits a minute's walk from the Ramblas.
Clubs in the beach and port area
CDLC Club is one of Barcelona's most exclusive and glamorous beach side clubs.
Mondo Club sits slightly further from the beach front than the other port clubs. It has a terrace area overlooking the yachts.
Shoko Club is a beach front club, bar and restaurant that is popular amongst the holiday crowd.
Catwalk Club is one of the largest beach clubs, attracting international house DJs.
Clubs in Poble Nou
Razzmatazz is a super-club containing a whopping five spaces. Arguably Barcelona's most famous club.
Clubs in Poble Sec
Apolo Club is actually two clubs in one. Both offer forward thinking music and lively atmosphere.
Clubs in Montjuïc
La Terrrazza Club is a large outdoor club in the centre of the Poble Espanyol complex. Suitable for all night summer parties.
The One Club is a small club with a big sound system and impressive light shows in Barcelona's Poble Espanyol.
Clubs in Eixample
Sala Be Cool is an uptown club with a forward thinking music policy and a mixed crowd.
Otto Zutz is a three story club offering R&B, hip hop and soul.
Bikini Club is a modern club with an impressive sound system and an eclectic music policy.
Out of town clubs
Row 14 Club is a large club who offer big name international DJs every weekend. Free coaches will take you from the city centre to the out of town location.
Barcelona night clubs are certainly an experience whatever your taste is. It can be expensive and a bit pretentious but everywhere has it's bonuses and as long as you don't take anything too seriously it is fun! The music does vary so check out who's playing before you go, and keep your eye out for posters announcing special nights with international DJs. However music aside some of these Barcelona clubs are worth the visit in their own right it almost doesn't matter about the music. Hopefully I've given you a good range of Barcelona clubs to enjoy your night. Have fun!